The Eagles have had a very impressive haul this offseason at several positions. Some groups have been stacked with incredible talent while others are looking great due to their potential but what happens now to the players who stood out last season? Two practice squad heroes who stepped up when the lights got too bright […]Read more "Eagles’ 2019 practice squad heroes will need another strong summer"
The roar of the Washington crowd on a cold December afternoon when Greg Ward Jr. caught his first ever NFL touchdown is something that won’t be forgotten in a hurry. The ultimate underdog story was complete. Ward Jr. has risen from the ashes again and a again, finally being rewarded with his first score in […]Read more "Despite a breakout, Greg Ward Jr. is fighting for his Eagles future again"
Apart of sixteen roster transactions since initially signing with Philly as an UDFA in 2017- being waived by the team accounting for the bulk of them- quarterback-turned-receiver Greg Ward was hardly a blip on the radar in the NFL arena coming into the season. A former collegiate star at the University of Houston, Ward began […]Read more "Practice has made perfect for Eagles WR Greg Ward"
If you dared to Utter Mike Groh’s name at the family table this Christmas, you may not have been offered Christmas pudding. The Eagles offensive coordinator has come under a lot of fire this season and understandably so. On paper, this Eagles offense was supposed to be among the most exciting in the league. What […]Read more "It’s time to give Eagles OC Mike Groh some credit"
Sunday’s win over Washington was made possible thanks to a fourth-quarter breakout from the unlikeliest of candidates. At least, that’s what it looks like to anyone who isn’t familiar with Greg Ward Jr’s journey to the NFL. Prior to a fourth-quarter drive where he received for 40-yards and the game-winning touchdown, the former Houston quarterback […]Read more "Could Greg Ward Jr be the subject of the next Eagles fairytale?"
The Eagles scored 13 late points to clinch a backdoor cover and an important win over the Washington Redskins on Sunday. But how did the team play in comparison to last week? It’s whiteboard and marker time again, folks! Quarterback It was a tale of two halves for Carson Wentz. On one side of the […]Read more "One step forward, one step back: Grading the Eagles’ win over Redskins"
It wasn’t easy, it wasn’t pretty, but the Eagles overthrew a resurgent Redskins team meaning that as things stand, they sit atop the NFC East with the Cowboys yet to play their week 15 matchup. Here’s everything you need to know from the 37-21 win. Greg Ward Jr, have yourself a day The Eagles receiving […]Read more "Instant analysis: Ward Jr. shines in important win over the Redskins"
The Eagles offense looks like it will be shorthanded in this weekend’s clash against Washington, but the more things change, the more they stay the same. Here’s an in-depth look at how the group will look in Sunday’s crucial clash and what we can expect from Pederson’s group. Quarterback: Carson Wentz There shouldn’t be any […]Read more "How will the Eagles offense look against the Redskins?"
Alshon Jeffery has been sent to IR today with a Lisfranc injury. This in itself is disappointing and depending on the extent of the injury, could well be one that lingers into the depths of the 2020 season. The more immediate takeaway, however, is that although the group is depleted, there is a silver lining. […]Read more "Eagles’ makeshift receiving corps has a unique opportunity"
They say that every cloud has a silver lining. Sunday’s loss to the Seahawks presented a storm so dark and dismal that it made spotting that glimpse of light incredibly difficult. But alas, there was one…and it came from an unlikely place. The Eagles were without a single starting wide receiver against Seattle. No Jeffery, […]Read more "Eagles WR Greg Ward made the most of his opportunity against Seahawks"